Aello

Aello In Greek mythology one of the Harpies that carried human beings away. She was the personification of the whirlwinds. In early accounts she was described as a winged beautiful maiden whose flight was swifter than that of a bird. Later she was depicted with the body of a bird, claws of a lion, and the pale emaciated face of a woman.
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Aello

Aello was one of the harpies.
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Aello

Aello (oʊ; Ancient Greek: Ἀελλώ, Aellō) in Greek mythology was one of the Harpy sisters who would abduct people and torture them on their way to Tartarus. She is also referred to as: It is claimed she is the mother of Achilles`s immortal steeds Balius (Balios) and Xanthus (Xanthos) by Zephyrus, but some sources claim it was really her sis....
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